REPORT: Governor vows to open shelter for homeless after camps in city cleaned up

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) on Thursday announced that the state would be opening a temporary shelter to house the homeless outside Austin after the cleaning up of camps in the city sparked backlash.

The Associated Press reports Abbott said the 5-acre camp will be located 3 miles outside Austin on state land near the airport.

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The camp will have portable restrooms, hand washing stations and local charities will provide food multiple times during the day, John Wittman, a spokesman for Abbott, told the news outlet.


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  1. JM November 8th, 2019 at 1:51 pm

    There is approximately 2300 homeless people in Austin because you have a Democrat mayor that repealed homeless encampments. I was listening to a black man who owns a gun store in Austin and he said they shoot up and defecate outside his store. Women are attacked walking to their cars. You not only have a homeless problem but drug addiction problem as well. Good luck cleaning this mess up.


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